Contact Address:
John Franco
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0030
tel: 513 556 1817
fax: 513 556 7326
e-mail: franco@gauss.ececs.uc.edu
 
ERC 

 

Site Buildings: Old Chemistry and Baldwin Hall

 

Tentative Parking Info:
Parking is in the Woodside Garage -
has been used in previous contests
plus
high-profile vans park in Woodside garage in special area!!
Details provided in travel info!!
Contact John Franco at franco@gauss.ececs.uc.edu if you need more!!

 
Travel Information

 
Registration is in 544 Baldwin Hall - different from last year

Directions to Baldwin Hall from the Woodside Garage

 

Lodging Information
Contest Building Map
Contest Schedule

 

For assistance (lost? parking problem?) call me at 513-787-9960

 

 

Contestants: an IBM recruiter will not be with us this year
but IBM is eager to discuss intern and software development
opportunities with you. You are encouraged to

upload your resume here

 

Cincinnati Map University of Cincinnati Cincinnati Subway Site Cincinnati Zoo Ault Park Observatory Eden Park Mount Adams Art Museum Cincinnati Airport Riverboat Gambling Loveland Castle Downtown Cincinnati  

Click on the square marked UC for a more detailed view of the local area

Views of the University Campus

Nearby Attractions

The University has one of the best music schools in the USA and an excellent school of art housed in one of the strangest university buildings ever. So, there will probably be a number of enjoyable things to do and see on the campus if you are in need of a break. Across the street is a pleasant park called Burnet Woods where you can have a nice walk. About four blocks away is the world famous Cincinnati Zoo. About 3 Km away is Main Street which hosts most of the interesting yuppie nightlife (some nice micro-breweries are there as well) and about 4 Km away is Mount Adams which hosts the rest (and has nice views). The Art Museum is also about 4 Km away. Two charming parks, Ault Park and Eden Park, are nearby; both are worth a visit if plants make you smile. Near Ault Park you can find the University Observatory which still opens its doors to the general public. Forget about using the Cincinnati Subway - although a tunnel was built about 80 years ago, no one ever bothered to lay the track or buy the rolling stock. There is (inexpensive) city bus service to downtown and to the northern suburbs, where most of the upscale shopping is, but the bus is slow and relatively infrequent.

Possibly Interesting Facts About the University